A loan of $725 helped to purchase goats for her dairy.


Ann's story

Ann is 48 years old. She is a farmer in Nkubu County in Kenya where she lives with her husband and four children, only one of whom still attends school. She has been farming for the past 20 years and produces cereals, fruits, vegetables and milk, which she sells to the people who live in and around her local area. The high cost of feed, competition and poor market are the major challenges she faces. She is requesting a loan of 60,000 KES from Juhudi Kilimo in order to buy goats for her dairy. This will help her increase the income she earns from selling milk which will help her pay school fees and improve her standard of living. She aspires to be the leading supplier of her products in her area. Ann says Juhudi Kilimo is the best microfinance institution for small-scale farmers.



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